google.com, pub-6205477701819908, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 google.com, pub-0000000000000000, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

“The day the aliens visited Jerusalem”

Alien & UFO

It was a decade ago, but the matter still lingers. Several videos of an alleged U̳F̳O̳ suspended over the Esplanade of the Mosques in Jerusalem caused a furor on the internet, with millions of views and a heated debate about the arrival of a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s in the holy city.

The images showed how a ball of white light slowly descended over the Esplanade (Islam\’s third holiest place), hovered for about ten seconds over the golden Dome of the Rock and ascended again into space at high speed.

“We have given the two tapes to a laboratory and do not want to comment on the veracity of the material until we have the results,” said David Ranan, spokesman for the Israeli Association for U̳F̳O̳ and A̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ Research (AURA).

Ranan stressed that “the images were taken from various parts of the city by several people we don\’t know and who have no relationship with each other”.

The alleged U̳F̳O̳ visit took place on January 28, 20211 at around 1am.

The videos were posted shortly afterwards on the internet portal YouTube, where they fueled a controversy plagued by accusations of falsehood and outright claims that it is new proof that intelligent life exists abroad.

Some scholars of paranormal phenomena have even guaranteed that a “contact” took place, in which unknown beings would have sent a “communication beam” with an encrypted message to earthlings.

“We get a lot of calls. It has generated a lot of nervousness, some are afraid, others are happy. Three people confirmed to us that they also saw the U̳F̳O̳, although they did not register it.

The first video, just over two minutes long, was shot from the Armon Hanatziv boardwalk (south of Jerusalem) by Elyigal Gedaliyovich, a 42-year-old Israeli photographer who was walking with his friend to take some pictures of a project he is working on, when he suddenly saw the balls of light and ran to turn on the camera, he told the Yediot Aharonot newspaper.

His voice speaking with surprise to his friend about what he was seeing was also picked up: “What is this light? It\’s forbidden to fly there, maybe it\’s a military helicopter? , says one, to which the other responds “it looks like a ball of light, but what is it? It\’s coming down, see?”

Gedaliyovich, who claims to have witnessed other visits by a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ spacecraft in the past that he failed to capture, says this one “of course there are U̳F̳O̳s, the only thing is that here in Israel nobody pays attention to them”.

Another video was taken by American tourists with a cell phone closer to the Esplanade of the Mosques, who are also heard reacting with surprise to what they immediately identified as a ship with otherworldly beings.

The spokesperson for AURA considers that “if the images are not real, the truth is that the forgery is perfect and, if they are true, then it is a very important event because of the exact place where it happened, although we still don\’t know what this can cause. to mean”.

These graphic documents were followed by others, several of which attempt to demonstrate the manipulation of images, highlighting, for example, the exaggerated intensity of brightness or the lack of reflections.

Other recordings, released later to try to corroborate the alleged extraplanetary visit, were labeled “clearly false” by many Internet users.

Ranan claims that fourteen years ago there was “a great wave of U̳F̳O̳ sightings and landings in Israel, mostly in the city of Kadima (near Netanya) and in the Negev desert”, but that his association found that “activity has dropped a lot since then.”

And he ventures that the reason may be that “if the a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s have peaceful intentions, they might not want to come here,” a region mired in conflict.

Leave a Reply